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BIO OF PETER R. HUESSY President of GeoStrategic Analysis and Senior Defense Consultant, National Defense University Foundation Marshall Hall, Building 62 | Fort Leslie McNair | Washington, D.C. 20319

Peter Huessy is President of his own defense consulting firm, GeoStrategic Analysis, founded in 1981, and the senior defense consultant at the National Defense University Foundation. Mr. Huessy founded the congressional affairs division within ANSER that initiated coverage of the Hill for key Air Force programs.. As part of this effort, Mr. Huessy has visited some 25 different AF Bases and installations in America and worldwide. Mr. Huessy has served as a consultant to the Department of Defense and US Air Force, helping to cover congressional activities, monitoring budget and policy developments on missile defense, nuclear deterrence and a wide range of Air Force issues, including tactical and strategic air, airlift, space and nuclear matters. This also includes monitoring activities of think tanks, non-governmental organizations, and other US government departments, as well as projecting future actions of Congress in this area. For the ICBM and Minuteman Associated Contractors, Mr. Huessy has served as the key congressional and legislative adviser since 1981. For the NDIA/Missile Defense Information Group, Mr. Huessy serves as a consultant on Congressional, Legislative and Government Relations. He monitors missile defense and nuclear deterrence and homeland security activities in and out of government, including matters within DOD, the Department of State, the White House and National Security Council, foreign governments, Congress, the GAO and CBO, non-governmental organizations, think tanks and universities. Since 1983, Mr. Huessy has hosted over 1250 Congressional breakfast, lunch and dinner seminars on Capitol Hill dealing with missile defense, strategic nuclear modernization, strategic airlift, strategic bombers, proliferation, arms control, homeland, port and maritime security and defense policy. For the National Defense University Foundation, Mr. Huessy raises funds for the use of NDU, hosts the seminar series mentioned above, and is a part-time lecturer on national security policy. He has been with NDUF since 1992. He writes for the Washington Times, National Review, Human Events, Family Security Matters and is a Featured Writer for OpinionEditorials and Frontiers of Freedom. Mr. Huessy graduated from Columbia University School of International Affairs in 1975, and attended the Columbia University School of Law from 1973-5. He graduated with degrees in anthropology, international relations and national security policy from Beloit College in 1972, while also having studied at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea and International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan. He served as a legislative assistant to Senators Proxmire(1970), Nelson(1971), Gravel(1975-6), Chief Governmental Affairs Officer of the Environmental Fund(1976-79), and Director of Legislative Affairs at the Office of Surface Mining and Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of the Interior for Energy and Minerals(1979-1981).



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